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FOX News
Sep 16, 2012 10:00pm PDT
of the u.s. embassy. they really don't like cameras. you just get a sense of an impressive level of security and i am pressive levels of riot police and they are looking and waiting for a fight. there are about 8 police over there to my right. obviously can't bring a camera up to bring a great view. we are going to see if we can walk up a little bit. >> our photographer is walking out toward the bashed wire to give you a view of the embassy. it is a scary situation in cairo after you get a sense of how many men they have brought out here to protect the u.s. embassy. earlier in the week hundreds of people walked down this road unchecked unstopped any of the police. they entered the u.s. embassy. it will be local egyptian police and military in geraldo. whether or not they have been ordered to use them to stop protestors to show forces impressive. so far there have not been any calls for protests against the u.s. embassy. it does seem after watching what happened on friday and into saturday morning as protestors were pushed back. he does seem to have gotten the message from the uni
FOX News
Sep 24, 2012 1:00am EDT
? the weekend? they built the country. eight-hour day came from the 1930's. >> 1914 henry ford doubled wages and to compete gm and chrysler followed suit. 30 years before the uaw insisted. >> because they wanted to compete. >> we would still have the t's 30. >> she is wrong. workers' lives have them plantation proved because of free enterprise contracts helped but then they hurt even the union workers because the rules slow-growth and that is what is best for workers. henry ford doubled wages then hired more. years later they get benefits for awhile but growth slowed then stopped. compared gm with toyota it created 15,000 jobs in america. over the same period gm lost 400,000. how was that good for workers? >> union members should have a right to unionize. but the downside is the opportunities lost because union rules limit the of entrepreneurs ability to adapt and grow.
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